Second annual iBBA meeting on June 16 highlighting current topics in cognitive neuroscience
The Institute for Brain and Behavior Amsterdam (iBBA) of the Vrije Universiteit is organizing its second annual meeting. Presentations will address a variety of topics from ranging from motor control, retinotopic organization of the brain, to how to improve yourself. The conference features two external invited speakers, as well as invited contributions by local researchers.
In this meeting there will be scientific discussions related to talks, posters and networking with researchers. Everyone is invited to participate.
The conference is free of charge but please register at our website here.
We will have a poster session at the beginning of the conference during lunch. We highly encourage students to apply to present. Send the following information in a word document to email@example.com by May 29, 2017:
First author (Name, affiliation, position)
Additional authors (Names and Affiliations)
Title of poster (up to 20 words)
Abstract (up to 150 words)
12.00 – 13.30 uur Lunch met posters (in receptieruimte?)
13.30 – 13.35 uur Opening door prof. dr. Jan Theeuwes, directeur iBBA
13.35 – 14.05 uur Nienke Atteveldt
Proving or improving yourself: how beliefs and goals influence learning processes
14.05 – 14.35 uur Tomas Knapen
Retinotopic organization of the default mode network
14.35 – 15.05 uur Andreas Daffertshofer
Neural Synchronisation in Motor Control
15.05 – 15.35 uur pauze
15.35 – 16.05 uur Kobe Millet
Performance, feedback and self-deception
16.05 – 16.35 uur Birte Forstmann
Towards a mechanistic understanding of the human subcortex
16.35 – 17.05 uur Josh Tybur
What should a psychology of pathogen-avoidance look like?
17.05 – 18.00 uur Borrel (Receptieruimte Campuszijde)